#10: Google’s Compute Engine
Google is aiming for the enterprise cloud market, and going into direct competition with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
#9: Google Goggles
Google’s Internet-connected glasses are now real enough that access is available to developers who pay $1,500.
#8: Google+ History
Google+ is laying plans to capture details about your online activities and hold them in a private area. Then you can decide what if any you’d like to share.
#7: The Nexus Q
Google takes another run at home entertainment with the Nexus Q, a streaming media device that joins with the company’s cloud services.
#6: Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean
The next version of the Android OS will have offline voice dictation and maps, improved search, notification features and a whole lot of other goodies.
#5: Google Voice Search
Google Voice Search is a part of Jelly Bean, but with the inclusion of Google Now, it’s even better! It’ll learn from you and your searches and work towards automating your life.
#4: The Nexus 7
The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet that’s being positioned to compete with the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet at the $199 price point.
#3: Google Play Content
Google Play will be ramping up their content through partnerships with Disney, Sony, Paramount, NBC, Sundance and Bravo – just to name a few.
#2: Chrome for iOS
If you want your bookmarks to synch between your computer and your iOS devices, Chrome on iOS makes that possible.
#1: Google Docs Offline
Want to access your Google Docs when you’re offline? A new feature sets that up for you.